The news that Greece has agreed upon the demands of its major creditors has caused a wave of unrest in Athens and all across the country.
The European Central Bank (ECB) has decided to leave unchanged the measure of liquidity available towards Greek banks.
The EU Commissioner Johannes Hahn will be visiting Macedonia on Tuesday to try to help the country’s leaders resolve a months-long political crisis.
Romanian prosecutors on Monday questioned Prime Minister Victor Ponta in a corruption investigation that has prompted President Klaus Iohannis and the opposition to call on him to resign.
Gunmen have taken on Monday several hostages in a suspected armed robbery of a Primark store in a shopping centre in Villeneuve-la-Garenne, north of Paris.
The next round of the negotiations on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will be launched Monday.
Eurozone leaders have unanimously reached an agreement on granting a ESM programme to Greece on conditions that Athens will carry out serious reforms.
Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta resigned the leadership of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) on Sunday.
At least 23 troops have been killed as the Russian Airborne Troops training centre barracks collapsed in the Omsk region on Sunday.
Eurozone leaders are to reconvene early on Monday morning to discuss a compromise proposal on a third bailout for Greece as the emergency summit, which started on Sunday, lasted overnight.
Eurozone leaders have been discussing for hours a proposal under which Greece would have to rush emergency legislation through Parliament by Thursday at the latest in order to get a third bailout package.
Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak has said his country is considering options to provide direct energy supplies to Greece.
Bulgaria is the better currency model for Greece if the country slides towards Grexit, renowned economist Prof Steve Hanke says.
According to media reports, Eurozone finance ministers have demanded deeper reforms from Greece in exchange for opening talks on a third bailout to Athens.
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